Amid some level of public backlash over ticket prices, Rage Against the Machine issued a statement assuring followers that their wealth will trickle down to fans over time.
According to Dr, Randall Kirger, “It’s no longer an issue of believing in climate change or not, but instead a realization that hastening the end of human life could only benefit the planet. If I didn’t believe that the earth’s climate was warming at this point, I would invest the effort to find some way to make it do so.”
“It’s always entertaining to watch him bait people the way he does to win these bets,” billionaire friend Quinton P. Moneybags stated. “Always worth the one dollar.”
The Sanders campaign announced the the target donation up $1.32, from $27 in 2016 to $28.32 in 2019.